Cheltenham, United Kingdom, May 23, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- FRANCE Magazine, the best-selling magazine about France in both the UK and the USA, is launching a new guide. Driving in France is aimed at anyone looking to drive around France. It recommends itineraries of all kinds including the most beautiful route from north to south. It also includes all the information drivers need about the required equipment, French driving laws and regulations, as well as useful tips on making driving easier. It offers clear maps, travel and accommodation advice, key vocabulary, useful addresses and inspirational photography. Produced in a compact A5 format, it is easy to carry around.
The guide will be on sale through WH Smiths, www.amazon.co.uk and FRANCE Magazine's own online bookshop www.francemag.com. The recommended retail price is £7.99.
Carolyn Boyd, editor of FRANCE Magazine said: "France Magazine readers have long known the delights of visiting France by car, and now we bring them and other holiday-makers all the information and inspiration they need for motoring holidays in France. The layout is practical and beautiful; the contents have been thoroughly researched by the France Magazine team and offer a wealth of information. This guide meets a gap in the market. No-one else has produced anything like this."
Archant Life, the publisher of FRANCE Magazine, the Driving in France guide as well as another two Francophile monthly magazines and an array of related websites is the market leader in its field. MD Miller Hogg said: "We know this guide will be popular with all our readers and online visitors. It is exactly what they are after, but we want to make sure the wider public can enjoy our products too which is why we will promote this guide beyond our own publications. So we have negotiated additional promotional space in WH Smiths and we expect the Amazon sales to be strong too."
For further details about the guide, to obtain a copy or to discuss other Archant publications, please contact Carolyn Boyd on 01242 216050 (or email: email@example.com) or Debbie MacLeod on 01242 216087 (or email firstname.lastname@example.org)